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About the Nauglamír and the other side of the story. Of culture clash, betrayal, and lost art.
We have our teaching, and the Elves have theirs. Through countless years, they have continued to tell their own version of events about the Nauglamír. Ever they turn the story against us, saying it reveals the greed of the Dwarves, and our treachery.
They say that Elven memory is perfect. And yet it seems not so.
Characters: Beren, Celeborn, Dwarves, Elrond, Elu Thingol, Elves, Elwing, Finrod Felagund, Gimli, Historical Character(s), Legolas Greenleaf, Lúthien Tinúviel, Thranduil
Chapters: 10 Completed: Yes
Word count: 13970 Read: 267
Published: August 17, 2017 Updated: August 17, 2017
Note: I have come down with a case of Tolkien-Jackson syndrome, in which my story is already ended, and yet I have broken out in an eruption of Epilogue. In which there is breakfast, a ride in the woods, an exchange of views on Thingol, a connection to the Ring, and an Author’s Thanks.